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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 31 October 1908

A Weekly Journal of Democracy Issue Number 53 Watches A good watch will last a lifetime with proper care. A poor one is a continu ous expense. Our stock comprises all the best American makes and standard makes of cases. All are guaranteed. Better see them. B. G. Rich The First National Bank of Colville Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $10,000.00 APPRECIATION HTHIS BANK values the business it receives from its customers and takes this opportunity of telling them so. Our customers on the other hand appreciate the fadt that the ser vice extended to them is coupled with security. Any business arrange ment to be permanent must be mu tually satisfactory and profitable. Therefore in the selecting of your bank have PERMANENCY in view and establish yourself for your pres ent and future welfare with a good sound bank. Oldest National Bank in Stevens County DR. WEGNER Veterinarian Colville Calls answered promptly at any time. In quire at Columbia Stables or Phone 143. Frank Kosl:ka Merchant Tailor C...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 31 October 1908

Page 2 taxpayers. And if half of the property is skipped, the owners of the other half have to pay double taxes. The above figures show the large amount of property skipped by the assessor in the six in corporated towns. How about the rest of the county? The total would be enormous. And that is another reason why the tax rate is higher than it should be. Remedy—Elect an assessor who is capable of doing the work. Why County Taxes Are High (another reason) It is interesting for the voters to look back over the county records and see what the repub licans have done for this county in the way of increasing taxes. Read the following reports, taken from the auditor's records, on the financial condition of the county for a few years back. See what repub lican boards have done, and what democratic boards have done, and decide for yourself if it pays to elect republican boards. Net indebtedness 1899 $137,404.77-Rep. board Net indebtedness 1901... . 119,281.53-Dem. board Net indebtedness 1902...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 31 October 1908

EASILY UNDERSTOOD Mr. Bryan Shows Why the In dividual Favors Protection of Bank Deposits. A MATTER OF INTELLIGENCE Banks Should Attend to I In •Hank ing BtUtaCM und Not the CJovernnient. No issue In this campaign appeals more strongly to the individual than the protection of bank deposits. Thou sands and thousands of republicans will vote for Mr. Bryan on account of this one issue, which he has presented so clearly to the people of the nation. In a recent speech Mr. Bryan pre sented this issue in a simple and most convincing way. He said: "Of the many policies proposed in our platform, the protection of bank depositors Is the simplest and most easily understood. Why, my friends, this question is so easily understood that I suppose there is not a person in this audience who is not able to understand it. I do not mean that every one, everywhere, can understand it. I draw the line here: When every person reaches the period of intel lectual development, where he is able to see that when...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 31 October 1908

Page 4 Not Since Teddy Was a Cub qTj| Has there ever been a simpler, more HB practical, more economical stove on the ■■KgHT^ market than jBBBp| Air-Tight Heater M It heats a room from zero to 80 degrees il i ln "> minutes. Holds (ire all night. No JL. ''" '" "" ' "''' mornings. Burns PSME^S wood, hark, trash or rubbish -^HflKPlP® RETAILS FROM $2.00 UP lgP^l^j3jHS^||r Will save furnace user from three to six %!»^|. f 'Ij^jj tons of coal when used for early fall '■ &* and spring heat The R. E. Lee Co. ocaA g ents Corner of Main and Still Sts. Colville, Wash. ON ELECTION DAY As well as any other day, the Examiner can furnish you the highest grade stationery and calling cards Linen finish papers, bond papers or enameled papers with envelopes to match Have you ever used "Keen Kutter" Tools, Wilson Heaters and Liberty Lanterns? We have the exclusive agency for these lines, and they are the best on the market Stannus-Keller Hardware Company: Colville Doors Windows Mouldings Shingles...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 31 October 1908

T. Winter, President C. W. Winter, Cashier T. A. Winter, Asst. Cashier OUR PURPOSE It is our purpose to handle any business entrusted to us in such a fair and liberal manner as to make the cus tomer's relation with this bank satisfactory and profitable Wt«* Aside from the excellent facilities af forded this bank has the advantage of the large capital of $100,000.00 Bank of Colville Organized 1891 I THE LOCAL NEWS f )|->_<r~* <r~i rr~> t~ A. T. Frame, the well known Chewelah contractor, was among the Colville business men during the week. A. V. Shepler of Chewelah was in Colville Monday. Mr. Shepler has just returned from a two months' tour of the coast with his brother and sister from Ne braska, who visited him during the summer. D. H. Kimple of Chewelah was this week awarded the contract to build the new brick bank at Springdale. Lawrence Hamil spent Thurs day in Chewelah. John S. Anderson has so far recovered from his long illness that he has taken employment in the tr...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 31 October 1908

Page 6 Steamer Enterprise Capt. Fred McDermott Master Leaving Kettle Falls Landing Mondays, Wednesdays and Sat urdays at 6:30 a. m. for Harvey, Clinton's, Daisy, Edendale, Hunt ers, Gerome, Glasgow's, Spokane Rapids and way landings. Returning Leaves Hunters at 4 a. m. Tuesday and Thursday and at 10:30 a. m. Saturday. On Tuesday and Thursday steamer reaches Kettle Falla in time to connect with southbound Spokane train. Mondays and Wednesdays boat leaves Hunters at 9 a. m. for Gerome, Glasgow, Spokane Rapids and the intermediate land ings, connecting with stage for Miles and Davenport. Returning, steamer leaves Spokane Rapids at 1 p. m., reaching Hunters (Grigg's landing) at 6 p. m. Excursion Trips at reduced rates for special oc casions. D. LAURY Second-Hand Goods Will buy and have for sale all kinds of second-hand goods. Manufacture kitchen cabinets and cupboards, and do all kinds wood work and repairing. Moved from building on Main street to room east of warehouse opposite Stevens...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 31 October 1908

A Newport Letter The Newport Miner devotes a goodly share of its columns to Mr. Kirkpat rick for county attorney and Mr. Suth erland for county commissioner. We can not see for the life of us where a change in either one of these offices would be a benefit to the taxpayers. A great many of us lived under Mr. Kirk patrick's administration, and we know he never enforced the law as Mr. Roch ford has done. We have also lived un der Mr. Fountain's administration, and we know he has done his duty, and all men, regardless of party, should sup port him at the coming election. There is no trick of words or of reasoning about this proposition. Don't let any slick politician pull the wool over your eyes with side issues addressed to your party pride or your predjudices, or ap peals to nationality or religion or any other illegitimate argument. Make your choice and stand by it. Ask any Newport citizen what his honest opinion is of Mr. Sutherland as a business man. The editor of the Newport Mine...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 31 October 1908

Page 8 A GREAT TRADE EVENT Sale Starts Today and Continues Until November 5 THE first thing every man and woman wishes is to get the things which please them. We buy none but good merchandise, correct in style. We pride ourselves upon having an unexcelled corps of salespeople. The heads of our establishment insist that our customers shall be treated as invited guests, and that they shall be shown civility and given honest suggestions in the selection of anything they wish to buy. We do not try to force sales, but only to show a good quality of merchadise at a reasonable price. Our goods when merely shown sell themselves. J| Fine Clothes for Men J Women's Coats $17.50 to $25 %t %r j SUITS and dT* -^./"v Matchless styles and qualities are here at the prices we ask; in point of fact that's just where our argument crys 2*J!Lv OVERCOATS at aIP I£ + \.\J *Is^^^s tallizes— "at the prices we ask." Scores of makers make handsome coats, scores make good quality coats, but few \^^^. "^ combine...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 November 1908

A Weekly Journal of Democracy Issue Number 54 My stock of cut glass is now complete and is one of the finest lines I have ever shown. I bought direct from the manu facturers who made a close price for cash, and I have made close prices on it so that it aver ages about twenty per cent cheaper than last year. You'll be surprised to see what bar gains I am offering. B. G. Rich The First National Bank of Colville Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $10,000.00 APPRECIATION THHIS BANK values the business it receives from its customers and takes this opportunity of telling them so. Our customers on the other hand appreciate the fad: that the ser vice extended to them is coupled with security. Any business arrange ment to be permanent must be mu tually satisfactory and profitable. Therefore in the selecting of your bank have PERMANENCY in view and establish yourself for your pres ent and future welfare with a good sound bank. Oldest National Bank in Stevens County DR. WEGNER Veterinarian Colville Ca...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 November 1908

Page 2 Not Since Teddy Was a Cub AjTa Has there ever been a simpler, more Qn practical, more economical stove on the ■BHjggc' market than Cole's Original Sg^g"""^ Air-Tight Heater j^^^^^^K It heats a room from zero to 80 degrees in ' minutes. Holds (ire all night. No f'"" '" kindle on cold mornings. Burns If-1 '4k >Sljk wood, bark, trash or rubbish RETAILS FROM $2.00 UP VJB. JFyKSBK^' 1y Will save furnace user from three to six 'SLs X 3 tons of coal when used for early fall ant^ sPr' n 8 heat The R. E. Lee Co. ocaA g ent s Corner of Main and Still Sts. Colville, Wash. You can easily oper ate this typewriter yourself Don't worry your correspondent. Don't write him anything hy hnnd that takus him time to make out- that may leave him In doubt—that he can't m-.ilv read. And don't fill out legal papUl or card momon or make out accounts ur hotel menus In your own handwriting. It looks bad. reflects on your standing, mukcx people think you can't afford v Kti.Tumrapher, and la sometimes ...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 November 1908

f arm and fjarden USEFUL SONG BIRDS. Easy to Show They Have an Actual Money Value. In his war against Insects man's most valuable ally Is the bird. The greater number of birds live on In sects. Even those which live on seeds when fully grown are fed on Insects while in the nest. As young birds grow fast It takes many a worm to satisfy their hearty appetites. A feature of the warfare of bird on bug is the system with which It Is carried on. Xothiug is haphazard, but each species of bird has its own field of work and In many instances certain Insects to which It is partial. In wlu ter, when there seems to be no activi ty on the part of tha Insects, one might expect the birds to take a rest, but there Is no cessation in the work of those which live on Insects found on the bark of trees. Watch n flock of chickadees. They alight In n tree and examine each twig WHITE HUEASTEI) NUTHATCH—HKD HEADED U OODrEC JlElt. for grubs or eggs, the little black eyes rarely missing a mouthful of food. B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 November 1908

Page 4 Court Calender Reset Owing to a number of cases set for trial at the present jury term having been continued over the term by stipulation, it be came necessary this morning to reset the docket. The rearrange ment for the trial of cases is as follows: State vs. Joseph Keller, Nov. 9. Ed Pellissier vs. Great North ern, Nov. 10. W. H. McKay vs. Great North ern, Nov. 10. Hugh Munro vs. W. C. Stayt, Nov. 11. Burnett vs. Beaumle, Nov. 12. Qualey vs. Damon, Nov. 13. J. H. Lasswell vs. Olaus Peter son, Nov. 14. Martin vs. Godfrey, Nov. 16. Dean Lumber Company vs. Kimball Bros., Nov. 17. This will probably conclude the jury session. The criminal cases continued for the term are State vs. Holmes, State vs. Elgie, State vs. Turner. Frank Mattia, the popular young clarionet player, has gone to his former home in Italy. W. L. Bigger and wife of Rath drum arrived in Colville this week. He will hold a position in the Bank of Colville. Miss Ernestine Wegner, teacher in the Loon Lake schools,...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 November 1908

T. Winter, President C. W. Winter, Cashier T. A. Winter, Asst. Cashier OUR PURPOSE It is our purpose to handle any business entrusted to us in such a fair and liberal manner as to make the cus- tomer's relation with this bank satisfactory and profitable Vtoßt Aside from the excellent facilities af forded this bank has the advantage of the large capital of $100,000.00 Bank of Colville Organized 1891 THE LOCAL NEWS I Mrs. J. P. Dodson of Victoria is visiting at the home of her sister Mrs. H. V. Lynch. Of the 507 voters who registered in Colville only 410 of them cast a vote on Tuesday. In the Col ville city precinct there are 350 voters registered who will be en titled to vote at the city primary next Tuesday. Charles Coppinger of Rice was a business visitor at the county seat this week, having come over to make some fall purchases. He brought over a wagonload of beef, which he sold to the meat markets of this city. J. E. Mason at a late hour en tered the race for justice of the peace...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 7 November 1908

Page 6 LOUIS DROZ Hay, Grain and Feed WOOD YARD Prompt Delivery to All Parts of City. Phone 177 California Wine House Family Wines and Liquors Bluemcke & Roggenbuck THE PEERLESS GEO. STENGER & CO., Props. All the leading brands of foreign and domestic cigars, wines, liquors and cordials "CALL AND SEE TIM" LUMBER You can build a house without lumber, but in this country it would hardly pay to try it. We can fit you out with all kinds of ordinary, as well as with first-class dimension and fin ishing lumber. We can make prices reasonable and can ex tend terms that will prove an inducement for you to build. SLATER & GNAGY COLVILLE Wedding Stationery All the latest styles at The Examiner office. FRED HOSS Only Exclusive Shoe Store in Colville Stilson Shoes "Ball Band" Rubbers Repairing Neatly Done Opposite Postoffice Columbia Stables JOHN W.WALSH, Prop. Fine Teams and Turnouts Horses Boarded Tinning Co. vpjjw^- Livery and Feed Stable PRICES RIGHT First-Class Teams, Rigs and S...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 November 1908

A Weekly Journal of Democracy Issue Number 55 . My stock of cut glass is now complete and is one of the finest lines I have ever shown. I bought direct from the manu facturers who made a close price for cash, and I have made close prices on it so that it aver ages about twenty per cent cheaper than last year. You'll be surprised to see what bar gains I am offering. B. G. Rich The First National Bank of Colville Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $10,000.00 APPRECIATION THIS BANK values the business it receives from its customers and takes this opportunity of telling them so. Our customers on the other hand appreciate the fact that the ser vice extended to them is coupled with security. Any business arrange ment to be permanent must be mu tually satisfactory and profitable. Therefore in the selecting of your bank have PERMANENCY in view and establish yourself for your pres ent and future welfare with a good sound bank Oldest National Bank in Stevens County DR. WEGNER Veterinarian Colville Tr...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 November 1908

Page 2 Not Since Teddy Was a Cub AftA Has there ever been a simpler, more OjG? practical, more economical stove on the H&kL market than jHMp^"| Air-Tight Heater * It heats a room from zero to 80 degrees < ■ in 5 minutes. Holds (ire all night. No Jl 'lrr '" kindle on cold mornings. Burns Pyftfj^jk wood, bark, trash or rubbish RETAILS FROM $2.00 UP '|*Tl .JP "BJnP: ■" Will save furnace user from three to six , TJ lons of coal when used for early fall !-''? * •""l spring heat The R. E. Lee Co. ocaA g ents Corner of Main and Still Sts. Colville, Wash. You can easily oper ate this typewriter yourself Don't worry your correspondent. Don't write him anything by hanrl that takes him time to make out that may leave him in doubt-that he cant easily read. And don't fill out legal papers or card memoH hand writing. It looks bad. reflects on your standing, makes people think you can't nlford v stenographer, and la sometimes ambiKUous. You can write your own tottan— make out ab stract-fill...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 November 1908

OFFICIAL COUNT IS COMPLETED Vote in Stevens County Increases 1500 in Four Years—County Republican by 1000 A total of 5020 votes were cast at the general election Nov. 3, as follows: ' Rep. presidential electors 2546 Dem. presidential electors ...1548 Soc. presidential electors 640 Prob. presidential electors ... 119 Congressman— Poindexter r 2522 Goodyear d 1669 Rainert s 279 Governor— Cosgrover 2623 Pattisond 1564 Boomer s 279 Catonp 87 Lieutenant governor- Hay r 2623 Edwards d 1557 Tibbetts s 279 Secretary of State— Nichols r 2576 Johnson d 1594 Neadles 282 State treasurer— Lewisr 2595 Schram d 1576 Hetzer s 250 State auditor- Clausen r 2586 Carson d 1590 Rudes 280 Attorney general— Bell r 2606 Holzheimerd 1562 Burns s 256 Commissioner public lands— Ross r 2587 Schooley d 1568 s 283 Supt. public instruction— Dewey r.. 2596 Wheeler d.. 1...1561 Thompson s 254 Insurance commissioner— Shivley r 2541 Mastersond 1585 Hale s 281 Judges supreme court— Crow 4444 Root 4425 Chadwick 4431 Re...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 November 1908

Page 4 SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, county of Stevena. By virtue of an execution issued out of the honorable superior court of the state of Washing ton, for the county of Spokane on the 2hth day of Octolier. I'jOfe. by the clerk thereof, in case of Gilbert Hunt Company, a corporation, vb. Ed ward Fitzpatrick. No. 25004. and to me as sheriff, directed and deliver.'.!, notice is hereby given that 1 will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash within the hours prescribed by law for sheriffs sales, towit: At 10 o'clock a. m.. on the 12th day of December. A. I). I'JOH. before the courthouse door of the said Stevens county, in the state of Washington: all the right, title and interest of the said Kduard Fitzpatrick. in and to the following daMrtbad property, towit: Sections 2a and 31. township U, range M, E. W. M..Stevens county. Washington, levied on us the property of Edward Fitzpatrick tosatisfy a judgment amount t05754.19 and *10<l attorney fee. interest |56.14,C«t of...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 November 1908

MONEY TO LOAN on improved real estate for long or short time at reasonable rates. 17 Years in the mortgage field without a fore closure should indicate the character of our investments and leniency shown the borrower in time of stress, obtainable only through the fact that we use our own money almost exclusively in preference to eastern funds BANK OF COLVILLE ORGANIZED 1891 CAPITAL $100,000 T. Winter, President C. W. Winter, Cashier T. A. Winter, Asst. Cashier I THE LOCAL NEWS I > —*_ m~> <r—i rr —■ r- George Walsh was brought home from Spokane Thursday, suffering from rheumatism and unable to walk. He had been attending business college in Spokane. M. C. Kelly this week donated to the Colville Fire Department eight chairs, a large office desk, two desk stools and a round table. Such gifts are appreci ated by the toys. Hugh Waddell has started the erection of a residence in the northeastern part of town. La- Plant & Rusch have the contract for the excavation and stone w...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colville examiner. — 14 November 1908

Page 6 THE FAIR STORE CLOSING OUT SALE WINTER GOODS Beginning Monday, November 16, and Continuing Until March 21,1909 Men's Underwear Rockwoods celebrated under- A* O wear, all wool, per suit H^-^ All-wool, double-breasted underwear, per suit $3.00 All-wool single-breasted underwear, per suit $2.50 All-wool, single-breasted underwear, lighter grade, suit $2.00 Mixed, single-breasted underwear, per suit $1.70 Cotton underwear, fleeced per suit $1.00 Ladies' underwear from 50c to $2.00 See Our Advertisement Next Week LOUIS DROZ Hay, Grain and Feed WOOD YARD Prompt Delivery to All Parts of City. Phone 177 California Wine House Family Wines and Liquors Bluemcke & Roggenbuck THE PEERLESS GEO. STENGER & CO.. Props. All the leading brands of foreign and domestic cigars, wines, liquors and cordials "CALL AND SEE TIM" LUMBER You can build a house without lumber, but in this country it would hardly pay to try it. We can fit you out with all kinds of ordinary, as well as with first-cla...

Publication Title: Colville Examiner, The
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